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Brisbane Portside Restaurants

If you're looking for a relaxed place where locals and tourists harmoniously enjoy some of best of Brisbane's restaurants, bars, shopping and entertainment, then look to the Portside precinct perched on the Brisbane River.

Portside is one of the newest and classiest developments in Brisbane and Australia, and it has been cleverly designed with both locals and tourists in mind. The precinct is both a wharf for cruise liners bringing international visitors to Brisbane, Australia and a residential estate for locals who enjoy waterfront living. It's also a meeting place for people throughout Brisbane who are lured by river views, fine dining, shopping and entertainment.

Restaurants in Brisbane are inspired by different cultures and themes. Brisbane's Portside restaurants are known for their choice of Turkish décor and cuisine, gourmet seafood fare, fine dining Italian food, bars and cafes. Tables are dotted along the river frontage, ensuring you don't have to take your eyes off the water while you dine. Brisbane's weather delivers some particularly lovely river breezes at night, which are a satisfying accompaniment to any menu item.

Brisbane local and international airports are a short five-minute drive down the road, making dropping into one of the many Portside restaurants a convenient and hassle-free place to eat for new visitors to Brisbane or as a farewell post for friends departing the city for new horizons.

Portside is tucked away from busy Kingsford Smith Drive, so grab a map of Brisbane to see its exact location in Hamilton. Free underground and above ground car parks are available at the precinct, and street parking can be resorted to at especially busy times.

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